RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Diamonds Of Circular Lights
Limitless freedom sits within me, justifying itself through writing, refusing to listen or obey anyone else's words or commands.
Climbing walls, looking about, seeing brand new landscapes unfolding before my mind in elastic beauty.
Sensing words becoming as I look within subconscious thoughts, exercising my every brain cell with ideas flowing out and over one another.
Beseeching cacophonies of spheres and orbs as they suddenly appear before my sight, engaging in a blending of tones, through rhythm and artistic grace.
Bequiling others with extraordinary senses of picturesque familiarity left over from yesterday's memories.
Now set in diamonds of circular lights, blinking their appreciation throughout my patterned creativeness.
Nestled quietly inside, awaiting their upcoming times of beginnings.
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